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. >> in southwest baltimore, a shooting has left one man in critical condition this morning. police were called to the 500 block of coventry road around 12:15 saturday afternoon where officers found the victim with several gunshot wounds. there's no word on a motive. in north baltimore, police are looking into a suspicious death. the body of a man was found inside the car in the 4000 block of buena vista avenue. we are told he'd be shot. >> baltimore county police detectives are in oklahoma waiting to interview the grandson of the elderly couple found murdered in pikesville. he is now named as a suspect in the case. investigators learned last week that 31-year-old matthew long was in oklahoma. long was living with his grandparents, vaughn and pepper, when they were killed, but he was missing when police discovered the couple's bodies on monday. according to police, long is undergoing mental treatment at a hospital in oklahoma. >> we entered mr. long into the international missing person's database. when he was located in oklahoma on september 11, they notified the baltimore county police depart
to that point. we'll talk about courageous decisions. baltimore mayor stephanie rawlings black >>i jump out of my skin at people when i'm upset. they're doing this this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>that's an understatement, eliot. [ train whistle blows ] [ ball hitting paddle ] [ orbit girl ] don't let food hang around. yeah! [ orbit trumpet ] clean it up with orbit! [ orbit glint ] fabulous! for a good clean feeling. as i've said many times our nation's immigration system is as broken as our border but now is the time -- now is not the time to grant broad amnesty to nearly one million people. >> jennifer: that's arizona governor and anti-immigration poster child jan brewer reacting to president obama's executive action allowing young undocumented immigrants to remain in the u.s. without fear of deportation. fortunately not all politicians are as shortsighted. tonight we want to introduce you to jan brewer's polar opposite. she's baltimore mayor stephanie rawlings blake. she's in office since 2010. mayor rawlings blake h
fortunately there is another side to that point. we'll talk about courageous decisions. baltimore mayor stephanie rawlings black is joining us next. we'll be right back. it's go time. what time is it rob? oh, then it's go. go. go. go time. anybody? anybody? what time is it? oh, right. go time! uh, i'm in a timeout because apparently riding the dog like it's a small horse is frowned upon in this establishment! luckily though, ya know, i conceal this bad boy underneath my blanket just so i can get on e-trade. check my investment portfolio, research stocks... wait, why are you taking... oh, i see...solitary. just a man and his thoughts. and a smartphone... with an e-trade app. ♪ nobody knows... ♪ as i've said many times, our nation's immigration system is as broken as our border but now is the time -- now is not the time to grant broad amnesty to nearly one million people. >> jennifer: that's arizona governor and anti-immigration poster child jan brewer reacting to president obama's executive action allowing young undocumented immigrants
night's ravens-bengals game in baltimore. this is the first game played since the nfl and referees union reached agreement on a contract. players and fans were furious with the performance during the first three weeks of the season. commissioner goodell apologized to the fans for the lockout. >> we're sorry to bring our fans through that. we're sorry to bring the general public through that. that's, unfortunately, part of labor management disputes. >> the referees union plans to vote today and tomorrow on a labor deal. this will give you a sense of just how controversial those replacement refs were. one las vegas sports book is offering refunds to those who bet on the packers-seahawks game. seahawks won by a bad touchdown call in the final play of the game. >>> a texas man faces extortion charges, admitting to trying to get money from redskins quarterback robert griffin iii. richard hurd contacted one of rg3's agents earlier this year. he said he had information that would damage griffin's reputation and wanted is million in exchange for his silence. police arrested hurd, who played bask
in baltimore, "unaccountable" is the name of the book, what hospitals won't tell and you how transparency can revolutionize healthcare. marty makary is the author of that book, and he'll be joining us after maria bartiromo, and we will be right back. >> my opponent and his running mate are big believers in top-down economics. they basically think that if we just spend another $5 trillion on tax cuts that favor the very wealthiest, then -- don't boo. vote. vote. vote. >> we got one new idea. one thing he did not do in his first four years, he said he's going to do in the next four years, which is to raise taxes. and is there anybody who thinks that raising taxes will help grow the economy? >> no! >> no, his plan is to continue what he has done before, the status quo has not worked. we cannot afford four more years of barack obama. we're not going to have four more years of barack obama. >> wednesday, president obama and mitt romney meet in their first presidential debate. the news hour's jim lehrer moderates from the university of denver. watch and engage with c-span, including our live debate
and the baltimore ravens. though probably the browns would need an act of god. at any rate, meantime the nfl is punishing two more coaches for how they dealt with a replacement ref. the league belichick 50,000 fine for grabbing a ref. shallahan abuse of officials. >> three u.s. banks had troubles getting into their accounts online today in apparent string of cyber attacks. wells fargo. u.s. bank corps and pnc. these attacks after similar issues last week at bank of america and chase. none of those banks has explained the source of the problems. they won't be specific. security experts say they bear the hall marks of attacks by hackers. ech edson is with us from d.c. what do we know, rich. >> bank corps says their site has experienced unusual and high coordinated traffic volumes designed to slow down the system similar to what other banks have experienced in the last week. hackers reportedly said this week they would target that bank wells fargo and pnc and all three confirmed problems with their web sites, mostly trouble logging on or slow service. the banks say their customer's information
issues. ed is an independent in baltimore. caller: good morning and thank you for c-span. the first action of the violence was an organized protest stemming most likely from 9/11. we found a video made over a year ago to put the blame on it. it is a reactionary congress here in the u.s. that all of a sudden wants to do something about it or reactionary administration. these were planned protests, not grass roots outbreaks of violence. we have blamed it on a year-old video. eventually we will lose some rights because of its. host: the occupy wall street movement is one year old today. this is the question put forth by "usa today" -- arkansas, john, a republican. caller: good morning. this particular question raises another interesting question. who is this u.s. government that will control free speech? is it the same u.s. government that allows illegals to access our education, medication, housing, employment sectors? is it the same u.s. government that limits the futures of 1 million aborted babies each year although 50% of the people are against it? the same government that forces
in his team's game against baltimore, he grab and official's arm. >> yeah. i'm not going to comment about that to you. you saw the game. i mean what did we have, 30 penalties called in the game. >> reporter: 10 penalties. baltimore had 14. it's not the number of penalties that has coaches, players and fans so frustrated. it is the questionable ones. and the list is growing. >> they're trying to do the best job they can. they're just not qualified to handle the pace and the speed of an nfl game. >> reporter: in the san francisco/minnesota game, the officials twice allowed the 48 patriots line backer brandon 49ers to challenge calls, even though they had no time-outs left. this looks like a catch on the 1 yard line by miami's anthony pisano, that's what the refs called it. look again. he actually lost the ball when he hit the ground. p-- ra they' nee wor some of the replacement refs come from the college level and the indoor arena league. the nfl turned to them after they locked out the regular refs .hey locked out the regular refs i and some see little reason for the nfl to cave when fans
are heating up. a field goal that barely sailed inside the upright gave baltimore a 31-30 victory over new england. patriots coach bill belichick wanted a replay and grabbed the arm of an official after the game. coaches are not supposed to touch the referees. the nfl met with the union yesterday calling on them to end the officials lockout. >>> it was a golden night for "homeland." the series came in as a dark horse, but turned out to be one of the big inners. kevin frazier host of "the insiders" was there. luckily for us, you're up early. >> gayle, i will always get up early for you. the big winners, one was mentioned, "homeland." also "modern family." a lot of experts predicted "mad men" would make it five wins in a row in the tv drama category. but "homeland" took home six golden statues. >> the emmy goes to claire danes. >> the world is about to end and we're standing around talking. get off of me. >> no one plays crazy like you. >> well, thank you. >> the pregnant star picking up her second emmy, but first for "homeland" giving a shout ot to herman. >> my husband, my love, my life, m
. baltimore book fest. tomorrow, richmond, virginia, at noon. and then in the evening i'll speak in norfolk. then on monday night, we'll be at virginia tech, which is very interesting, going back to the scene of the massacre. i'll be speaking there, you know, 32 people were killed there. and colin goddard is coming with us. he was one of those victims. he was shot four times. i'm also looking forward to interviewing a professor there. and then we're on to colorado for the big debate. we're going to be doing something interesting. we're both speaking on the silent majority election 2012 tour, but also we do this daily, radio and television broadcast that airs on over 1,100 stations, so we have to do the broadcast wherever we are. and being on the scene has been remarkable. i'll give you one example. we, last week, were in freeport, illinois, and got a truck, and we went to the stevenson fairgrounds. it was right across the street from a plant which happened to be owned by bain capital. across the street, the workers, the employees of this plant who worked there like, oh, dot turner for 4 ye
me. host and that social media includes our phone calls. bruce, baltimore, good morning, independent line, thank you for waiting. caller: how you doing, good morning. i watched the democratic convention and you also speak about how obama captured bin laden and all the praise of how senator obama did such a great job during the war and so forth. i think the credit should go to george bush. george bush is the one that set up all these ways of catching bin laden, setting up going to war in iraq. but all the democrats, all they are like perform colmes, they want to give obama all the credit for all the polices george bush set. host: thank you bruce. allen colmes. guest: i think to some extent you're right. i think the end of the iraq war, for example, was already in play when obama took office and in fact president obama kept many of the bush national security people around him like robert gates, the secretary of defense, at the beginning of his administration. so to some extent, you've actually got a point. but in terms of bin laden, you know, there's a clip of george w. bush at one poi
baltimore the victory over new england. bill bellicheck wanted a replay and grabbed the arm of an official after the game. coaches are not supposed to touch the referees. the nfl met with the referees union yesterday. they sent a letter to team owners to the end lockout. >> a golden night for "homeland" at the emmy award. they came in as a dark horse but turned out to be one of the big winners last night. kevin frazier host of "the insider" was on the red carpet. you're up early again this morning. >> reporter: i will always get up early four. you know that. come on now. it really is the night where tv toasts its own and the big winners as you mentioned one was "homeland" but also "modern family." going into the emmys a lot of the so-called experts were predicting "mad men" would make it five wins in a row. but when all was said and done "homeland" was the east of the done as they took home six golden statues. >> the emmy goes to claire danes. >> get off of me. >> reporter: nobody plays crazy like you. the pregnant star scooped up her second emmy but first for "homeland" giving a shout out
writes on twitter -- host: and here's the headline from "the baltimore sun" this morning -- host: and we'll continue to hear from you this morning on this from republicans. michael is from jacksonville, florida. thanks for calling in this morning, michael. caller: good morning. i'm calling about the mitt romney comments. i think it's appalling that the media is blown this out of proportion. what mitt romney said is a fact. 45%, 47% of our country is on entitlements. doesn't bother me at all what he had to say. i agree with him 100%. america needs to wake up and the people who don't comprehend it is -- don't understand what he's talking about on that. host: michael, thanks for calling in this morning. michael talking about the media blowing this up too much. here is the opinion piece from "the washington times" this morning, the midst of republican incompetence is the headline. host: that provides ample opportunity for mr. romney to score points by holding mr. obama accountable for his broken promises and the broken economy. that again on the opinion page of "the washington times," the le
booed for a call in that one? >> well, that one went also in favor of the home team in baltimore. that call happened to be correct. here it is on sunday night football. however, if the credibility of the replacement officials is what it is and it's only getting worse by the week, if you have one of these even if the call happens to be correct, go against a home team, like mike lupika makes a great point in this morning's "new york daily news" with incivility being what it is and with the fan behavior of drinking and barnyard chants on a perceived missed call, there could be a very dangerous situation if one of these calls goes against a home team. >> real quickly, belichick, the penalty against him should be or will be what? >> it will be a substantial fine. i don't think they'll suspend him. >> bob costas, always good to have you. >> you know what annoys me even more than the replacement officials. getting up this early -- >> stop. the whining never stops. the whining. all right. savannah. >> bob, once a year or something. it's every day for us. let's move to politics now. >>> p
makary, a surgeon at johns hopkins hospitals in baltimore. here is his book. we have about a half-hour left on the "washington journal" this morning. coming up, our weekly america by the numbers segment. we will be looking at workplace safety issues. we will be right back. >> the first thing in our article here is getting medicare costs under control as the number-one priority. and it is the most untouchable thing. but that is going to cause more trouble than any other problem we got physically in the u.s. getting medicare costs under control is the number-one thing. >> usain also, surcharge smokers, and the obese for their medicare coverage. >> right. >> where did that idea come from? >> it came from oz. on the person that put it in the memo, but i did not have to fight hard for it. i ran something in the "washington post" where instead of calling people morbidly obese i called them mega-fatties and i was reduced by the "washington post" for being insensitive. and i guess i probably am. this is something that everybody knows to be true and someone has to pay for it. are not sayin
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